Jeff Bezos and Berkshire Hathaway have already invested $25 Billion in this “unstoppable trend”

Citi has called it “an unstoppable trend”, and Jeff Bezos and Berkshire Hathaway have already invested $25 Billion in the sector… and even more, Warren Buffett has said he’s prepared to commit another $15 Billion towards it.

Many believe that the decade to 2030 will be “defined by a global structural shift toward net zero emissions”. That we are at the dawn of epochal change, as we were in the early days of the internet in the 1980s, whose glimmerings lit the way to global transformation.

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